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The Zanta T-Shirt


Update: We are no longer accepting orders for this t-shirt. All t-shirts can be picked up at Article 8 starting Saturday, December 22nd. Thanks to all of you who placed an order!

Since it keeps snowing and the calendar keeps moving we can no longer deny the holiday season is upon us. And what better way to celebrate the spirit of the holidays then with our very own t-shirt, commemorating Toronto's favourite holiday hero.

We're printing a limited run of these t-shirts and giving all proceeds to a local charity. They're only available via pre-order starting right now! Orders will be accepted until 11:59 PM EST this Sunday December 16th.

Keep reading for more details.

Here's what you'll want to know before you place an order:

1. All t-shirts will be printed on American Apparel t's (Men's and Women's).
2. You have a range of colours and sizes to choose from. (See order form below)
3. A shirts cost only $22, including taxes.
4. All orders are processed via Paypal (you don't need to have a Paypal account. Paypal accepts all major credit cards)
5. All sales are pick-up only. You can pick up your order during regular business hours starting on December 22nd at Article 8, 714 College Street.
6. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Sorry.
7. All proceeds will be donated to charity. Please post a comment below if you would like to suggest a charity. Our editorial team will review all suggestions and then announce on this site which charity will receive the funds.

Update: We are no longer accepting orders for this t-shirt. All t-shirts can be picked up at Article 8 starting Saturday, December 22nd. Thanks to all of you who placed an order!


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